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Websphere for Z/os Connectivity Architectural Choices

IBM Redbooks

Websphere for Z/os Connectivity Architectural Choices

by IBM Redbooks

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10607178M
    ISBN 100738491675
    ISBN 109780738491677

    Connectivity/Adapter Diagram 18 Q1 Q2 IMS Appl 1 Batch Appl 2 CICS Appl 3 WebSphere MQ for z/OS Queue Manager Channel Initiator Adapter Adapter Adapter Other CSQYI %CSQ7 IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS V7 CSQYI %CSQ7 QUEUE MANAGER STARTING, USING PARAMETER MODULE CSQZPARM CSQI %CSQ7 CSQYSCMD - EARLY PROCESSING PROGRAM IS V7 . Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: Patterns [electronic resource]: self-service application solutions using WebSphere for z/OS V5 / Franck Injey.

    IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS is one of the platform implementations of IBM's WebSphere Application Server family. The latest version is Version The open standard interfaces supported by WAS are common across all platforms provided the version and release levels are aligned. z/OS WebSphere Application Server for z/OS DDF RRS XA Transactional Support DB2 JDBC Provider Type 2 Data Source Type 4 Data Source 1 3 4 2 5 1. Configuration of Provider Where driver is located, Admin Console panels used to install and configure 2. Transaction support based on "Implementation Type" selected 1 phase or 2 phase, RRS or XA.

    Tivoli and WebSphere Application Server for z/OS. Saved in: Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password. Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: Tivoli and WebSphere Application Server for z/OS [electronic resource] / [Budi Darmawan, Foulques de. Mobile App Connectivity to System z -- without MobileFirst Platform Anything that provides a SOAP or REST interface DB2/IDAA z/OS z/Linux DB2 LUW CICS MQ/WMB MQ/WMB IMS Web Services • •UPS •AT&T •Any SOAP service Seibel, PeopleSoft SAP Available In Plan Not Available WebSphere Application Server JDBC HTTP JMS Native, Web.


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Websphere for Z/os Connectivity Architectural Choices by IBM Redbooks Download PDF EPUB FB2

This IBM Redbooks publication illustrates the architectural choices you have when designing an information technology (IT) infrastructure with IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS and one or more back-end systems.

This book shows you the pros and cons of using WebSphere Application Server with CICS, IMS, IBM WebSphere MQ and DB2. Ser ver for z/OS® a nd one or more b ack-end syst ems.

This book sh ows you the pros an d cons of using WebSphere A pplicat ion Se r ver with CICS®, IMS™, I BM. This IBM Redbook illustrates the architectural choices you have when designing an information technology (IT) infrastructure with IBM WebSphere Application Server for z/OS and one or more back-end systems.

This book shows you the pros and cons of using WebSphere Application Server with CICS, IMS, IBM WebSphere MQ and DB2. x WebSphere for z/OS Connectivity Architectural Choices Mariangela Cecchetti is an IT Specialist in IBM z/Series Server Group, Italy.

She has three years of experience in WebSphere for zSeries field. Her areas of expertise include installation, configuration, and administration of WebSphere.

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WebSphere for z/OS connectivity architectural choices Author: Thomas Vilaghy ; Mariangela Cecchetti ; Mitch Johnson ; Frank P Jones ; John Kettner ; et al; All authors. Response body. 26WebSphere for z/OS to CICS and IMS Connectivity Performance. Refer to WebSphere for z/OS Connectivity Handbook, SG for more information.

SOAP and XML (DOM) are storage-intensive and small heap sizes can result in excessive Java garbage collection. This paper is intended to be a companion to WebSphere for z/OS to CICS/IMS Connectivity Architectural Choices, SG, which describes architectural choices, and the different attributes of a connection, such as availability, security, transactional capability, and performance.

As some of you may already know, Joey Bernal is a prolific author and speaker in the world of Application Architecture specifically for the WebSphere stack including WebSphere Portal. In this book, Application Architecture for WebSphere, Joey unleashes his expert knowledge, wit, and his so well used common-sense and pragmatism on the topic of Reviews: 5.

A brief summary of connectivity technology explained in this book is: Database access using JDBC and SQLJ. -JMS and WebSphere Default messaging.

-Calling DB2 Stored Procedures using SOAP. -Bi-directional Web services between WebSphere and CICS. Enterprise Service Bus Choices WebSphere Message Broker Native code software product for various platforms including z/OS Integrates through standard protocols, WebSphere Adapters for enterprise applications, and specialized connectivity options Optimized for high-volume processing and rapid time to value for complex mediation.

WebSphere Application Server is an e-business application deployment environment. It is built on open standards-based technology such as CORBA, HTML, HTTP, IIOP, and J2EE-compliant Java technology standards for servlets, Java Server Pages (JSP) technology, and Enterprise Java Beans (EJB), and it supports all Java APIs needed for J2EE compliance.

This book provides background technical information about DB2 and WebSphere features and demonstrates their applicability presenting a scenario about configuring WebSphere Version on z/OS and type 2 and type 4 connectivity (including the XA transaction support) for accessing a DB2 for z/OS database server taking into account high-availability requirements.

Websphere for Z/os Connectivity Architectural Choices by IBM Redbooks 1 edition - first published in In this book, we provide a detailed exploration of the WebSphere Application Server V8 runtime administration process. This book includes configuration and administration information for WebSphere Application Server V8 and WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8 on distributed platforms and WebSphere Application Server for z/OS V8.

The book's core value goes far beyond the WebSphere and VisualAge specific content to provide application architecture and design guidance for J2EE applications. The book winds it's way through the complexity of J2EE to highlight the key issues and choices Reviews: WebSphere MQ provides a universal messaging backbone with robust connectivity for flexible and reliable messaging for applications, and integration of existing IT assets that use a service-oriented architecture (SOA).

WebSphere MQ supports application portability through its message queuing interface (MQI), which is a consistent application.

The WebSphere Application Server Performance Cookbook covers performance tuning for WebSphere Application Server (WAS), although there is also a very strong focus on Java, Operating Systems, and theory which can be applied to other products and environments.

The cookbook is designed to be read in a few different ways: 1. This book describes the concepts of WebSphere MQ for z/OS and tells you ; how to plan your WebSphere MQ for z/OS System IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS V Concepts and Planning Guide (GC) United States.

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It also includes guidelines for WebSphere Application Server for IBM z/OS®. This book contains information about migration considerations when moving from previous releases. This book has been updated with the new features introduced with WebSphere Application Server VWebSphere for z/OS Version Washington Systems Center Sample WebSphere for z/OS ND Configuration This document can be found on the web at: WP - Washington Systems Center Sample WebSphere for z/OS ND Configuration - 2 - Version Date: Tuesday, Ma   This article by Anthony O’Dowd, architect and strategist for the IBM WebSphere Message Broker Development team, discusses how you can use WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere DataPower SOA appliances through a common console to help simplify MQ application connectivity with a service-oriented architecture (SOA).